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What is “Civil Defense” and why should you be involved? Since the Cavalry is NOT coming in a major nation-wide disaster, if you believe that individuals should be self-sufficient, shouldn’t your town or community be self-sufficient too? Find out why towns need to be prepared to be able to provide their own food, water, security, sanitation and medical, in the case of a nation-wide disaster such as an EMP attack. Find out the best resources for EMP information. And why does Al Qaeda need to own cargo ships anyway?
Find out how you can create your own Community Emergency Response Team, that your local government can’t object to, because it is sanctioned under FEMA!
Listen to Michael Mabee, author of Prepping for a Suburban or Rural Community on this week’s Secrets of a Survivalist Radio Show.
In 1945, America unleashed the power of the atomic weapon on the soil of Japan. Its effects were devastating. Fire from the sky, cities reduced to matchsticks, and an invisible poison that made its way through your body as easy as an x-ray. Once the world found out about this weapon. Everyone was intrigued. Every country wanted to have it. And when people begin to absorb what this weapon could do, People became obsessed about it.What if there were no Red Cross, no doctors flocked to the scene? What if it was more than one or two cities buteverywhere. Films were made, fiction and nonfiction.
The civil defense emerge with their hardhats on, drills were implemented and every preparatory step was taken for a situation that was a matter of when not if. To the United States and Russia, and the rest of the world, nuclear war was inevitable. Get ready. Be prepared.
That was the mindset of the 1950s into the 1960s. As we hit the 70s that feared dipped down some and then resurfaced again the 80s Angela brilliant, moment, when Ronald Reagan said, "Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall."
Then came the 1990s and the new millennium. The mindset was completely different. No one would connect the nuclear war to terrorism. And if they have the means for nuclear weapon, it was in the form of a dirty bomb. Movies likesSum of All Fears, mean the threat of a dirty bomb seem minuscule. That it was very very survivable.
This week Rob and Jackie discuss that very thing. Which decade was more prepared? Which decade was more likely to survive.
Don't miss out on a fun and informative show. Collective Kate will be by with some interesting survival tidbits on growing food. Join us on the show and live in chat.
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Social -- "living together in communities or organized groups", and.
Justice -- "the upholding of what is just, especially fair and due reward in accordance with honor, standards, or law."
Every human being, especially society’s leaders, has a God-given moral duty to protect fellow human beings from social injustices whenever and wherever it is practical.
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Join the LA Kings Road Talk Radio Crew with Hipcheck, OC Hockey Legend Matt Sellwood, LA Kings Superfan Augie & Sexy Steve Soeffner as well talk all things Los Angeles Kings hockey as our beloved Kings finish the road trip against the Stingy defense of the Tampa Bay Lightning and former King Brian Boyle and AllStar sniper Steven Stamkos. Can our Kings close out the roadie with a win? Can Dustin Brown score 2 goals as Hipcheck wildly predicted?
Regardless of the outcome, when it happens we will be here to talk about it each and every road game all season long on the radio show you know and love- the legendary LA Kings Road Talk Radio.
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On December 11th House Of Gory Wrestling will present there last show of the year Civil War which will feature John Hennigan taking on PJ Black. Also on the show Brian XL taking on Amazing Red in a cage match where the loser must leave HOG. On tonight's show I will talk to Brain XL about this big match as well as all things HOG. Phone lines will be open so if you want to talk HOG or ask Brian a question the number to call is (323)870-4022. Tune in and as always please support independent wrestling.